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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 16. 1913. 199 several charges against the bonds canceled upon the ayment of the duties chargeable agamst an equivalent amount ofp ores or crude metals from which said metal would be producible in their condition as imported: And promkled further, That on the arrival of the ores u,§,°v':LP“”¤· °°°·» °¤ and crude metals at such establishments they shall be sampled and assayed according to commercial methods under the su ervision of Government officers, to be appointed by the Secr f the Treasury and at the 6e3rense of the manufacturer: Pr {arthur, That remmtyps mem. antimonial l produced in said establishments may e withdrawn for consumption upon the payment of the duties chargeable against it as the metal under existing law and the charges against the nds cancelgd in a similar sum: Provided further, That all abor performed u_§;=r>·r·*¤=i¤¤¤f¤p¤r¤· and services rendered pursuant to this section shall be under the ‘ supervisron of an omcer of the customs, to be alppointed by the

 of the '1‘reasur31, and at the expense of the manufacturer:

P further, That regulations for the c out of this B¤S¤i¤¤¤¤¤~ section shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the ury. _ Sunsmcrrorz 2. That from and after the first day of J anuaay, nme- {?,,‘°,,‘,Q'f,‘,E',"§,°§_‘“°,;,,, teen hundred and fourteen, under such regulations as the ommis- :;¤I¤|~l¤>*,m{;* sioner of Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the of uu. ’ 'l‘reasm·y may prescribe, any farmer or association of farmers, any fruit grower or association of fruit growers, or other person or persons may manufacture alcohol free of tax for denaturization only, out of · any of the products of farms, fruit orchards, or any substance whatever, on condition that such alcohol shall be directly conveyed from °°"‘”“°"‘ the still bglcontinuous closed pipes to locked and sealed receptacles in which e same may be rendered unfit for use as an intoxicating beverage by an admixture of such denaturing materials as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the aplproval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may egrescribe, or where suc alcohol is of insufficrent proof to be denatur , the same may be transferred in bond from such locked and sealed receptacles to a central distilling and denaturi“'i·El““°r“<i‘°'°’”“*· · ·°°' P’°¥ii‘L°€gma R it tr al r ·>»¤=····¤··¤¤····-»· at the ommrssroner 0 evenue, wi e a rov o mm _ the Secretar of the Treasury, maysauthorize the estabhghment of B Dum m central and denaturing!-p nts to which alcohol produced under the provisions of this Act, ee of tax, may be transferred, redistilled and denatured under such regulations, and upon the execution of such notices and bonds as the Commissioner of nternal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may prescribe. That any central and denaturing p ant provided for in P;;_,°*}gL“°¤°'·*°°¤°‘ section two of this Act may, m addition to the spirits produced under section one of this Act, use any of the products o farms fruit orchards, or any substance whatever, for the manufacture of alcohol for denaturation only: Prwided, That at such drstrlleries the use of cisterns or gig"; mm or tanks of such size and construction as may be deemed expedient shall umn. be (permitted in lieu of distillery bonded warehouses under such rules an regulations as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the appriloval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may prescribe. at any pesljlson who under the provisions o this Act shall fail to *¤* **°· register, or s falsely register, any still or alpparatus by him, or who shall fraudulently remove or concea any distrlled spirits produced by him, or who shall_fail to comply with all the requirements of this Act, or anly regulations issued pursuant thereto, respecting the production an denaturization of distilled_ spirits; an any person who shall recover or attempt to recover by redistrlllza- F¤¤‘¤¤d¢·¤1k•i=¤.•¤¤· tion or by any other process or means, any distilled spirits after the same has been denatured, shall, on conviction, for each offense, be fined not more than $5,000 or be imprisoned for not more than five years, or both, and shall in addition thereto forfeit to the llmted States all real and personal property used in connection therewith.